I Ketut Tombelos (1917–2010)
Tombelos was a son of a poor stonecutter. He did not receive an education, but could read and write Balinese. He was a close relative to Ngendon (H. Geertz 1994: 120). However, Hohn notes that his contact with Ngendon (together with Patera) was only slight (Hohn 1997: 66).
Tomblos had been drawing since 1934 or 1935. He had visited Bonnet and Spies, and had shown his works to them for criticism. He was also a member of their Pita Maha artists' collective. There are twenty-three pictures by him in the Bateson-Mead Commission (H. Geertz 1994: 120). Hohn lists Tomblos as starting to draw since 1933, and only painting rarely after 1949 (1997:66).
3525-40 Building a temple
B135-099 Funeral procession
B495 Performance: Baris dance.
B496 Performance: Penasar.
B497 Story: Radjapala stealing the clothing of the bathing nymph.
B498 Story: Belog and the Magic Deer.
B696 Ritual: people bringing offerings to temple.
B699 Story: I Bungkling and the Sengguhu.
B700 Story: Kebo Truna. (Kebo Iwa)
B701 Ritual: Redjang dance.
B702 Sorcery: illness with witch.
B704 Scene: village life.
B710 Story: I Balang Tamak?
B711 Story: Kebo Truna? Kebo Iwa?
B711.1 Scene: man climbing ladder.
B711.27 Story: I Balang Tamak cuts down bale (1).
B711.28 Story: I Balang Tamak cuts down bale (2).
B711.29 Story: I Balang Tamak cuts down bale (3).
B711.3 Story: I Bungkling (1).
B711.31 Story: I Bungkling (2).
B711.32 Story: I Bungkling (3).
B711.38 Scene: village life.
Haks 189 Perang penduduk desa